JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Continuing a trend of Monday mid-day press conferences, House Democrats have scheduled a news conference “to discuss efforts to protect the will of voters,” further, about “recent voter-approved laws under attack by GOP-controlled legislature”
The release says House Democrats will “discuss efforts to prevent voter-approved laws from being repealed or weakened by the General Assembly, along with other proposals to hold government officials accountable for their actions.”
The conference will be in the House Lounge at 12:30 on February 25.
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